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Our Commitment to You: A Message from Our President

We’re continuing to serve our customers and communities, and help keep them safe

Bank of Canton Corporate Headquarters

March 13, 2020

Since 1835, Bank of Canton has been committed to its communities. Our 185-year history spans many times of hardship and uncertainty, including financial crises, wars and natural disasters. Throughout it all, we have remained steadfast in our commitment, and continued to provide much-needed financial services to families, businesses and individuals.

Through careful and ongoing planning and preparation, Bank of Canton is in position to continue serving you amid the current COVID-19 outbreak. We’ve instituted more rigorous cleaning protocols in our buildings, educated staff on proper hygiene and safety, and provided alternate work arrangements to help keep our team ready and able to meet your financial needs. We’re paying close attention to the guidance of public health officials and modifying our activities to best protect our customers, employees and communities.

Additionally, our online tools enable you to bank with us anytime from the safety and comfort of your home. Our online banking and mobile banking services provide 24/7 account access; you can deposit checks, view balances, initiate transfers, customize debit card settings and more. Our mobile app can be downloaded in the App Store (iPhone) or Google Play (Android). Our deposits are always 100% insured between the FDIC and DIF.

As we navigate this changing landscape, we remain committed to doing what’s right in keeping our customers, staff and communities safe – both physically and financially – and to providing consistent, reliable access to our financial services and expertise. We invite you to call us at 888-828-1690 or message us for assistance or with any questions.

Warm regards,

Stephen P. Costello
President and CEO
Bank of Canton

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